Railway pie has long been a tradition with the community of, and visitors to McAdam. Sadly it has now come to an end but there is an exciting new event to take its place, “Tour & Tea with Abigail”. To hear the Frank Carroll interview on CBC radio regarding the end of one era and the beginning of a new please click on the following link.
A huge heart felt thank you to the ladies who, over many, many years produced the delicious pies which left customers always wanting more.
Work begins on 16th May 2019 on the McAdam Nature trail. The Village would respectfully ask the community to adhere to the signs and not to use the trail when it is closed for the necessary repairs. Certain sections will be completely impassable due to bridge repair.
When: 29th June 2019
Where: McAdam High School
Time: Doors open 6.30 p.m. Showtime: 7.00 p.m.
Tickets available from Pam Norton 784-2652 or Taylor Gallant
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN TIME FOR BINGO
Time: NEW TIME!!!
DOORS OPEN AT 5:30
EARLY BIRD GAMES 6-7pm
REGULAR GAMES 7-9pm
Where: McAdam Lions Club
PLEASE spread the word on the time change
*Don’t forget to bring in a canned food item for our Lakeland food drive and receive a FREE 1 Face up card
**Also for May** Bring a friend who has never been to Bingo before and you and that friend will receive a FREE 1 Face up card!
MORE PLAYERS ARE NEEDED IF WE ARE TO KEEP BINGO GOING.
THE MORE PLAYERS WE GET THE HIGHER THE CASH PRIZES WILL BE.
The McAdam Beautification Committee would like to thank the community for their nominations for “Green Space” Naming project. The citizens group reviewed all submissions, and through an open and fair voting process, narrowed the selection down to four names to be voted upon by the public. Each name has historical value and meaning to McAdam. They are, as follows, in no particular order:
- McAdam Village Green
- Royal Hotel Park
- Whistle Stop Park
- Railside Park
Voting opens, Tuesday, May 7th at 9am. A ballot filled out at the McAdam Village Office. Voting closes May 24th, at 4pm.
It has been noted that there were many candidates worthy of a “Memorial” or “Honourary”. Due to this, the Beautification Committee is looking at future opportunities to recognize these deserving individuals.